ISAAR DAHER/ ISAE-SUPAERO Chair: presentation of the Chair research activities

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Design and certification of CS-23 category aircraft ✈
In collaboration with our sponsor #daher and the support of the Fondation ISAE-SUPAERO , discover the progress of the work of the #chaire ISAAR ( Innovative Solutions for Aviation Architecture & Regulation ).

Aircraft design is by nature multidisciplinary. It is based on a systemic approach to understanding needs and certification requirements, and on a global analysis of conceivable vehicle architectures. Current and future environmental, societal and mobility issues further reinforce the need to integrate disciplines in order to optimize aircraft design and reconcile safety, performance, environmental protection, market economics, and passenger and crew needs.
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ISAAR DAHER/ ISAE-SUPAERO Chair: presentation of the Chair research activities

2 August 2023

ISAAR DAHER/ ISAE-SUPAERO Chair: presentation of the Chair research activities

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Since 2020, this platform has also enabled two thesis students to work on aeroelastic phenomena, as well as 6 Master’s students. This platform also makes it possible to generate experimental databases used by ISAE-SUPAERO researchers to compare and validate their computer codes.
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ISAE-SUPAERO - as a center for training through #research, research training and innovation - has many research equipments used within its 6 research departments.
Today, we present the land mobile robots!
Whether robots, planes, cars, or even telephones, all of these technologies are equipped with perception systems. Depending on the application, these sources of information make it possible to perceive the environment in which a system evolves but also to measure its own characteristics, such as for example its velocity or its acceleration. This multitude of data must then be used, cross-referenced and interpreted within what is called the navigation system to obtain the positioning of the vehicle but also, in the case of mapping applications, that of the objects which surround it.
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